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. >> rose: joining me now, four of the stars, hugh bonneville, plays lord granderson familiar. >> elizabeth mcgovern. >> lady grantham. >> jim carter plays the butler and joanne greg plays anna, the head house made, i am proud to have all of you here. >> let me start and go around and tell me where you left your character and what to expect this year. >> the end of season 2. >> robert was relieved that the war and the spanish flu had deserted at long last and maybe he would get his home back in the way he wanted. we open season three having discovering robert has made a catastrophic financial investment and so down o downton peril. >> rose: it is about 19th 20. >> 1920. >> yes. >> the whole of season three takes around 18 months. >> rose: okay. >> and at the end, of season 2, anna has just had her life almost in complete tatters as he is sentenced to the death sentence and gets a reprieve at the end of season 2 so anna starts season three much more positive because at least she has a goal now, she has something to work toward, she is trying to find evidence and try to clear mr. bates name a
on the good lord to take care of you. are putting things in our patients' hands and we want to partner. we're optimistic that if you teach, the word in dr. in latin means teacher and that is what i would like to do and that is what most of my colleagues would want to do also. tavis: what is your view of obamacare and where people of color concerned? there is debate but we never got to talk about disparities in health care. even with health care for millions of americans coming online we still have not got around to that disparity that exists and will exist when it comes on line. >> i love that term health care reform but if you were sitting in my office the word that you would hear is health-care reform. it is so much in our hands as patients we should not just rely upon our doctors, our religious leaders, our insurance companies but to the savings for yourself that you know to do. the basic parts of taking care of herself dreadful therefore will care act, be able to talk with their doctors about things like domestic violence, getting your pabst merkel megyn your mammogram. there are exce
to stop listening to the voice of the culture. lord. that is the most difficult thing for us to do because we are bombarded with all kinds of messages every day. take a minute and tell me more about how we accomplished that, to find a way to stop listening to it and being dictated to by the voice of the culture. >> well, you start to realize, part of getting older, it is all a lie. it is like a fog machine in "one flew over the cuckoo's nest." it gets turned on and everybody gets foggy. partly, the willingness comes from the pain. you start to get older and think, i may have 20 more years. how much time and my going to waste on my butt? 187th on the list of what matters here. people came and were somehow in love, somehow in union with the creator or with the animating intelligence of the universe, and then they are not here anymore. the rest of us, you and me, exhibit a and b, we are slogging around. we get summer spiritually and we hear the voice of "the new york times," like, ooh. then i have to have an awakening. i will get to the point of pain that i finally stopped hitting the snooze
lords that for every 2 cents of tax breaks oil and gas companies get wind and solar companies get $1. honorable mention pat buchanan? >> for person of the year, vladimir putin. you were right earlier john. it's a real comeback for him. he has been in power for a long time but he is holding on and i think there's a lot to this guy really and i think he is not an enemy of the united states. and he's not the greatest strategic threat. >> trade-off. >> mitt romney said. >> you can't go wrong. eleanor? >> congresswoman caroline mccarthy who has been working tirelessly on behalf of gun safety since winning her congressional seat after her husband was murdered in a shooting accident -- not accident, in a mass shooting incident on the long island railroad. she is now cosponsoring a bill to limit the size of assault magazines with a democratic congressman from colorado. it's going to force the issue in the house. >> mort? >> merka basically to this day saved the european common market. she has kept it going like nobody else could have and played the politics as you said before of her country
that there was a problem here. and lord halifax who was not by any means stupid, halifax said winston hates door mats. he will simply walk over you. you have to argue back. learning how to argue back with winston was an art form. and it wasn't clear that, you know, if he shouted at you you just shouted backment but you had to find ways of getting your point of view back. and he would respect you if you did that. whereas if you either lost your cool or you just let him walk over you, you were finished. >> you had to find a way to cleverly make your point. >> you had to make your point and he would listen and he would respect. but he was absolutely, his answer, he believes the power of words also was the power of words in discussion. >> okay, he would like to get his own way. but he would listen to other people. and the one without really plattered in the second world war was alan brook who was his chief of staff. alanbrook was a tough ulsterman. if he didn't like something churchill said he would say t say it back. we often sit at his table, we would snap his pencil in error if he thought it was stupid. a
chateau overlooking nancy. it sounds so worldly which is how we wanted to think of ourselves, but lord, we were just children, sent by the government to fly airplanes and to save western europe from world war iii. we thought we had all the important things still left to do and were just playing at importance for the time being. it never occurred to us, living in our community of friends, having first babies, seeing husbands die, helping young widows pack to go home, that we had already started the important things. what could we have been thinking, or perhaps it's how could we have known that times get no better, that important things come without background music, that life is largely a matter of paying attention. >> "life comes without background music." >> which we raised on movies tend to think that when good things happen and things are good, there's great background music. >> choosing gratitude. why gratitude and why now? >> well, i guess it started with my increasing frustration about how polarized we are in the country. how much discontent there is. people ask me now, "how are you
. praise the lord and pass the ammunition. so we make our peace with violence and make ourselves over in its image. a state senator in missouri, a lifetime member of the national rifle association, is pushing a bill to require that all first graders be enrolled in the nra's gun safety course. 6 and 7 years old. pledge allegiance to the flag, lock and load our new head start. a state senator in tennessee's republican legislature says he will introduce a bill that would allow the state to pay for secretly armed teachers in classrooms. ms. simpson packing heat. hey, it's show and tell. can we see your glock nine? an elementary school student near salt lake city brought a gun to school saying he wanted to protect his friends. instead, he allegedly used it to threaten his classmates. as the good book say, get with it. train up a child, and when he is old, he will not depart for it. ready, aim, fire. for the child who has everything this season, how about body armor? a utah company named amendment two offers a new line of it for kids. mother jones magazine reports sales have tripled in one
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